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IOException while trying to connect to the DB

 
Ravi Kiran Va
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I don't know where to post this query so posted here " My apologizes if its not the correct post"

This was a question posted on javaRanch sometime earlier.

I'm getting the following IOException while trying to connect to the DB from my web application using connection pooling.
Io exception: The Network Adapter could not establish the connection


The response which he had got is :


Check whether the Database server is not running on MTS Mode. If yes,then you have to pass the jdbc URL to use dedicated connection explicitly .

Can anybody please tell me what is MTS Mode ??

 
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This was a question posted on javaRanch sometime earlier.


Maybe it would be a good idea to post a link to the question -- so that we can have the full context of what you are asking about?

As for which forum to post... posting it in the same forum as the other topic may be a good idea too.

Henry
 
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Found the link for you...

http://www.coderanch.com/t/306603/JDBC/java/IOException-while-trying-connect-DB

In this topic, MTS mode is a mode of the Oracle server. It basically means "multithreaded server".

Personally, I have never configured Oracle MTS, so can't give you any more information on that topic.

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I think the JDBC forum will be a better place for this thread. Moving.
 
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